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WAILUKU, MAUI, H, T., SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 4, 909
What is Best for Maui
is Best for the News
Asahi and Maui Japanese
Teams Divide Honors.
- The Aaht Japanese baseball
team Inn been on Maui, played
three games, winning one, and litis
returned to Honolulu. The bunch
enine up on the Claudine last Sat
urday morning and in the after
noon played the All-Maui Jap
anese team at Kiihului Park.
Many of the players had their
first experience with tnal do mer
on this trip artd still felt the mo
tion of the steamer while out in
the field. Nevertheless they gave
the All-Maui a rur. for their
money. The local nine changed
pitchers in the first half of the
ninth and thus stopped the visitors
from scoring more in that inning.
As it ias the game finished in
favor of the Maui aguregatioti hy a
-score of 1 1 to 10.
Sunday morning, at 10 o'clock
the same teams met in Well's Park.
Wailuku. The fact that the Maui
team had to work hard to win Sat
urday's game was apparent as
nearly all the players were soie
and limped ahout. The Asahi hoys
profited hy a night's rest on shore
and showed their opponents what
they could do when in condition
They played a strong and fast
"Mine both m the uihelil anu in
the outfield and their base running
was excellent. Several squeezes
were made hy these youngsters
with perfection. The Maui bunch
played all over themselves and
had the hall everywhere but in the
right place. Al the end of the last
. in'niiiu the score stood in favor of
At 3:30 o'clock in the afternoon
the Asahi teim crossed hats with a.
team composed of the followin
youngsters: W. Dutro, c.; L. Fei
p.; V Smith, II).; 1). Kama. 3b.;
11. Meyers, ss.; T. Ilussey, .'$'.; .1.
Olivcira, It.; W. Bailey; S. Kaleo,
rf. The original intention was to
have junior players compete with
.the visitors hut the bovs could not
he found in time for the game
many having gone to spend the
day at Iao Valley, and the above
lineup was arranged in a hurry
However, they proved too much
for the visitors, who were already
fagged out by the morning game
Their pitcher was hardly ever in
the game and walked several bats
men more than was good for his
team. From the start the local
players scored at ease and soon be
gan to piny a loose game allowing'
their opponents to score a few runs
The score resulted as follows: Maui
13, Asahi U.
Mr. C. K Abe, the manager of
the Asahi Baseball Club, came- up
with his team, and is very much
pleased with the reception and
treatment accorded his players by
the fans of Maui, both ' Japanese
Mr. T. Onodera, editor of the
Jupanese Daily Chronicle, also
came with the team and took notes
of the games and other matters of
interest for his paper.
1 he team left tor Honolulu on
Monday evening by the S. S. Man
na Loa and were given a ronsin
send off by the local Japanese
Thoy proved a very manly bunch
and played good clean basebal
Their coaching in Englit-h was
very good and shows thev are not
only learning to handle the sphere
but are also getting the baseball
lingo down pat.
Dr. M. Oyama, who managed
the local teams and was the pro
Dies of Typhoid Fever while
on a Visit.
Hy wireless word was received
'uesdav of the death of Mrs,
niina Keliinoi, wife of K, Keliinoi
Mrs. Keliinoi has been on a visit
to her parents in Kona, Hawaii
and was stricken down with
typhoid fever in the early part of
July. Mr. Keliinoi was at once
sent for and remained with her
during her illness. Some weeks
ago her condition was thought to
be better and the chiidren were
sent home. She is reported-to have
suffered a relapse and died Monday
of this week and .was buried in Ko
na near her foimer home.
Mrs. Keliinoi was a daughter of
Judge Yeats of Hawaii and has
lived for some twelve or fifteen
ears on this island.
She leaves a husband and two
sons and a daughter to mourn her
Mrs. L. von Tempsky is No
Mrs. LouU Von
Tempkv of M.i
kawao died at her
home on Thurs-
dav morning after
an illness of but
dentil wa not
i few days. Her
.ixpeeted ami came as a great sluvk
to her iinuimeial le friends.
For some time reveral of the
children have been quite ill and
it is thought that the care of
the children am! the consentient
mxiety hi weakened her that when
die was taken ill Sunday she
rapidly sank and died shoitiy be
fore noon on Thursday.
There is probably not within the
territory a more a fleet innate wife
or devoted mother than Mrs. Von
rempsky was anil that the mem-
beis of her family are heart broken
Is but natural,
Tho expressions of sympathy for
the family are universal while the
whole community feels the loss of
Mrs. Von Tempsky leaves alius
band three daughters and a son to
mourn her los.
The funeral will take place to
day at 9:110 a. m. at the Makawao
muter of the meet, wore a very
broad smile throughout all the
games. He is a true fan and it is
to be hoped he will keep up lib
good work and get his countrymen
interested in the American na
tional game to the extent that
they will compete in the league
games for the Haymond Hanch
cup, which was won by the Morn
ing Stars this year. Strengthened
in a couple of weak spots the local
Japanese would give their op
ponents a hard tussle.
The young folks of Wailuku gave
farewell dance at the Town Hall last
Saturday to Eddie Lyons, eldest son of
Supervisor T. 11. Lyons, who left on
Monday night hy the Muuna Ioa to at
tend St. Louis College. Music was fur
nished hy the I.auiuiua (Hiiutet Club.
There was u lurfje attendance of young
people who enjoyed the dance until a
S. E. Kaiue
Was One of the Most Prom
Hon. Samuel Ephraini Kaiue of
Wailuku died at his home Wednes
day September 1st after it prolonged
illness that extended over a period
if tw'iity months.
He was buried in the Wailuku
Cemetery the following afternoon
after religious services had been
rendered at his home and at the
Kaaluinianu church and at the
grave. J he luncral services were
conducted by Hey. Kaiinieheiwa,
Hev. Hodge and Hey. J. Nua Hon.
J. W. Kalila spoke feelingly of the
life and character of the deceased.
S. 15. Kaiue was born in Waialua,
Molokai April 1st KS"" and was
therefore fifty four years and five
months of age on the day of his
After attending the public schools
of Molokai he went to the llalcakala
Hoys Hoarding sclutnl from 1S(!) to
187-1 and was taken into the ollice
of his uncle Aholo who wus Secre
tary to Governor Nahaolclua where
he reinainded until" Governor Baker
succeeded Naliaolelifo and then be
came the secretary which position
he held until he was appointed tax
assessor and collector for Lahaina.
This position he had until the over
throw of the government.
When the first election was held
after annexation Mr. Kaiue was
elected as a senator from this county.
In 15)0(5 he defeated W. II. Corn-
well by a sniiill majority for ''super
visor but ill health prevented him
from much active work during the
latter part of his term.
Kaiue at his best was one ol the
hrewdest politicians in the territory
and his mind was a storehouse of
facts which he could bring forth at
any moment. He did politics all
the tune and Knew belter. tnan any
one in this county the leeiing ot the
people on matters political.
His wile and aged uiolher were
with him during his last hours.
Kaanapali Has Weekly Snn
The Hev. C. G. Hurnhaiii preach
ed last Sunday at Kaanapali to
good sized congregation. Mr. Edwin
A. Naniolala who is visiting there
interpreted the sermon, services are
being held now every Sunday at
Kaanapali and Olowalu by Messr
Hurnhaiii and White.
Postmaster Wall has enjoyed-
three weeks visit from his little
daughter, Augusta, and his sister
in-law Miss Minnie Hortfeld and her
little sisters, Mary and Sophia.
On Wednesday evening of a pul
lie meeting was hold over which
Manager Weinzheiincr presided
while senator llayselden acted as
secretary. The object of the meet
ing was to arrange for theentertain-
ment of the Congressional party.
l he meeting was a most success
ful ami harmonious one and Man
ager Wcinzheinier saw to it that
every one toou part ami was given
an equal opportunity to express
It is said the meeting was the best
ever held tn Iihaina.
Committees were appointed and
were instructed to arraiige for a cold
luncheon under the banyan tree
where the Congressmen will refresh
themselves after which they will go
to the Guild house where they will
listen to Hawaiian music both in
struniental and vocal.
Will Visit All of the Princi
The following circular letter has
been received from Assistant Secre
tary H. O. Matheson.
Inclosed, herewith, is a list of the
Members of the Congressional party
which arrived here today. The
Central Committee has extended
also an invitation to Hear-Admiral
llolladay to be a member of the
party. Judge Hatch, who accom
panied the party from Washington,
will probably also be included should
he desire to make the trips. The
local committee desires to take with
them to Hawaii and Maui the fol
lowing gentlemen or as many of
them as will go. Governor Frear,
Secretary Mott-Sniith, Delegate Ka-
anianaole, W. O. Aiken, F. 15.
l'honipon, Senator Chillingworth,
A. Thurston, 15. J. Lord, Senator
W. O. Smith. Frailk Woods. Judge
Dole, Hepresentative 15. A. C. Long,
W. II. Habbitt, H. O. Matheson,
representatives of the Advertiser,
Hulletin and Star and one represen-
ative each from the Merchants' As-
oeiation, Chamber of Commerce
md Planters Association. At least
three seven-seated automobiles will
be taken with the party from Hono
lulu which will help out in the
matter of transportation.
Thi' parly arrived here in good
pirits after a very pleasant trip.
The members of the party are:
Hon. Chas. F. Scott and wife, of
Kansas, Chairman of Agriculture
Committee; Hon J. M. Miller and
wife of Kansas, Inter State and
Foreign Commerce Committee; lion
II . Oli n and wife of Michigan, Hiv
ers and Harbors Committee; Hon.
W. P. Ellis and wife of Oregon,
Ways and Means Committee; Hon.
.las. McLaehlan and Daughter of
California, Hiversand Harbors Coin
mittee; lion. A. F. I Jaw-on and
wife of Iowa, Naval Affairs Com
mittee; lion. Geo. W. Prince anil
wife of Illinois, Chairman on Claims
and three ,-;oiis: Hon. .las. W. Good
and wife of Iowa, Territories Coin
mittee; Hon. Win. A. Heeder and
wifeof Kansas, Chairman Irrigation,
with son and daughter; Hon. L. P
Padgett anil wife of Tennessee
Naval Affairs Committee; Hon. A
I. I'archfeld and wife and daughter
of Pennsylvania, Merchant Marine;
Hon. H. C. Woodyard and wif
of West Virginia, Hivers and liar
bors Committee; lion. H. G. Hum
phreys and wife of Mississippi, Hiv
ers and Harbors Committee; Mr.
Edward 15. Miller and wife of Illi
nois, Clerk, Public. Hiiildings Com
mittee; Hon. . Aubrey Ihomas
of Ohio, Naval Affairs Committee;
Hon. W. A. Hodenberg of Illinois,
Hivers and Harbors Committee
Hon. Hichard Harthold of Missouri,
Chairman Public Huildings Com
mittee; Hon. A. J. Watkins pf
Louisiana, Naval Affairs Committee
Hon. G. W. Taylor of Alabama
Hon. Politte Elvins and wifeof Mis
souri; Hon. 15. S Candler Jr. o
Mississippi; 15. S. Thrall Esq., of
New York, Clerk. Naval Affairs; Mr
tieo. is. iWcl leiian ol Honolulu, in
charge of the party.
A feature ol the evening and out
that will be long remembered by the
Congressmen will be an oration in
Hawaiian by one of our most lltient
A wire will be run from the mill
and the great spreading banyan tree
will be lighted for the aeeasiofi.
1 lie party will be met here in
Wailuku and escorted to liihaiua by
Manager Wein.heimer and Senator
DR. COOK DISCOVERS
THE NORTH POLE
April 21st, 1908 is the
Suffered Great Hardships and was De
serted by all but Two Men.
(SI'UCIAl. TO THK MAUI .NUW8.)
Sugar ( deg. test 4.11 Heels lis. Sd
HONOLULU, September !. John Guild and II. T. Wichinan
were elected governors of the Commercial Club last night.
1 he congressmen praised the
HEVEHLEV, September 3.
visit Hawaii while away.
LONDON, September 3. Leading scientists are disposed to await
the arrival of Doctor Cook before
of the North Pole.
LOS ANGELES, September 3.
issued a call to raise $100,000 for
during aviation week.
THE HAGUE, September 3.
effect that the volcano Sinertt in Java is in eruption. Earthquakes
iccompanied the out break and wrought great havoc.
MONT15H15V, Mexico. September 3. The total deaths known as
i result of the recent Hoods is 8,000.
SAN FRANCISCO, September
pardon to millionaire Bradbury and he went to prison to serve a sen
tence of one year for perjury.
HONOLULU, September 2.
South' America in the steamers taking Japanese there.
The congressmen will pay their
which is her 71st birthday.
HONOLULU, September 1.
bor and at Leilchua today.
COPENHAGEN, September 1.
ernment cables from the Shetlands
Cook, an American explorer, reached
and is now returning on a Danish
surgeon with the Peary party in 11)01 and 1902 and has made several
other artic voyages.
PAHIS, September 2. The story of the pole discovery says that
Doctor Cook after suffering great
21st 190S He made a 700 mile dash witli the thermometer 91 degrees
below zero. '1 no party consisted
Esquimaux and 10!! dos. On march the 13th the party reached Her
bert island where six of the Esquimaux deserted. With the remain
ing four Esquimaux and forty six dogs and supplies suflicient for
eighty six days Cook pushed onward. Three days later two more
Et-quiimiiix deserted and the remainder of the journey was' made with
only two Esquimaux and twenty
part of the journey was maddening.
sert of frost became almost unendurable. Dog after dog was killed and
eaten by the hungry survivors and on April 21st the party reached
latitude 90 degrees North where longitude became a mere word and the
American Hag was hoisted. No ground was visible. There was an
immensity of dazzling 3now.
On April 23rd the party started
is now enroute to Copenhagen and
story is from a signed statement by
way of Iceland and the Shetlands
to have been sent by the government
PEKING, September l.The
reparation from China for the killing of British subject attached to
the Clark scientific party.
SEATTLE, September 1. The
today by the Governor tho Mayor
NEW YORK, Stember 1. .Timinez has been elected President of
HONOLULU, September 1.
habeas corpus for Atcherley yesterday.
The Congressmen aro being
visit Pearl Harbor today. Yesterday the work at Fort linger was in
spected by them.
Stocks are quiet. Pioneer Mill
Waialua, 113 oO. $2,000 Ililo H. H.
cents ovor the last sale. Oahu Sugar Co. sold at $32 Dividends were
paid on several stocks yesterday.
The late C. M. Cooke left all his property to his family but the
provision in the will relative to no inventory may he invalid on ac
count of the inheritance tax law,
PEKING, September 1. Negotiations between China and Japan
regarding the Manchtirian question concluded yesterday. China agrees
not to construct the I Iain Min Tun railway without tho consent of
Japan. Japan is allowed to work mines und build the extension of
the Yukow railway.
LOHIENT, France, September 1. During gunnery practise six
shells from the armored cruiser Glorie were (ired into Marseilles and
RAWHIDE, Nevada, September 1.- During a cloud hurst yester
day 120 huildings were swept away, 500 people are homeless and six
persons are missing.
Date of the Discovery.--
agricultural tests at the experiment
Taft mav goto Alaska next year and
accepting the report of the discovery
The chamber of commerce has
prizes for Hying machine contests
Word has been received here to the
3.-Governor Gillette denied a
Portuguese mav come here from
respects to Liliuokalani toduy
The Congressmen are at Pearl Har
An ollicial of the Greenland gov
to the Colonial ollice that Doctor
the North Pole on April '21st 190S
steam ship. Doctor Cook was the
hardships reached the pole op April
originally of the explorer and 10
six dogs. The monotony of the latter
The influence of the shifting de
on the return trip. Doctor.Uook
is expected on Saturday. The
Cooke and is reported by cable by
and thence to Denmark. It is said
British government has demanded
Japanese squadron was welcomed
and leading citizens.
Judge Woodruff issued a writ of
pleasantly entertained. They will
Co sold at $190, Inter-Island $110,
bonds sold at an advance of fifty